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(From Irish Independent)
SCIENTISTS will use a hi-tech eye-tracking device to learn why inexperienced drivers are three times more likely to have accidents.
Academics believe new drivers often "fix" on a hazard for longer and have an inferior ability to scan the road and look for peripheral dangers.
A pilot study has found that poor awareness and visual skills are particularly to blame for the disproportionate level of risk.
Research found young drivers were at a much higher risk of injury than those with several years of motoring under their belts.
Now driving school BSM has backed a three-year study that will enable experts to …